Mary Margaret Jones

Mary Margaret Jones

Senior Principal and President, Hargreaves Associates

Jones oversees the three offices in San Francisco, CA; Cambridge, MA; and Hargreaves Jones in New York City. The firm is a leader in the fields of landscape architecture and planning and has received over 100 national and international awards and is the recipient of the 2016 Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Museum National Design Award. She has served as principal-in-charge for such award-winning projects as Discovery Green in Houston, TX; the London Olympic Parklands; the University of Cincinnati Master Plan, and the restoration of Crissy Field in San Francisco's Presidio; now a national park. Ms. Jones is the Prince Charitable Trust Fellow in Landscape Architecture of the American Academy in Rome and current Chairman of the Board of Trustees; she is also Vice President of the Board of ODC Dance in San Francisco. 

 Ms. Jones is a past Visiting Critic in Landscape Architecture at the Harvard Design School; is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects; Sr. Fellow of the Design Futures Council; past member of the National Advisory Council for the Mayors’ Institute on City Design; past member of the Industry Advisory Group for the U.S. State Department and Peer Professional for the General Service Administration; and Fellow of the Urban Design Forum, New York, New York. 

She is currently leading the firm’s work on the 70-acre park that will link downtown to the river in Oklahoma City, a new open space for MIT that will be the centerpiece of 1m sf of new development, and the recently completed 35-acre Zaryadye Park in Moscow. In Philadelphia she is leading work on the 12 acre park that will cap over I-95 and connect to the Delaware River at Penn’s Landing, and the redesign for Love Park.